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: ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. *applause . >> mike: figure much everybody. welcome to huckabee from the fox tv is a new york city. tonight abc news john stossel, does the president's health care plan possibly make a senior citizens life less valuable than somebody in their 30s or 40s? david barton will be with us, "time" magazine calls him one of the 25 most influential evangelicals. so why isn't he a household name a few but he will tell us about our country's founder is what some people hope you never find out. >> and the doctors, the stars of tds 18 kids and counting. how do they manage their household? and most of us have trouble handling a couple kids, they handle 18+. >> grammy award-winning country musician ray stevens is here to play with the "little rockers" in a timely tune you want to share with your friends and your congressman. you will love the show tonight. thank you for joining us on tonight's edition of the "huckabee". *applause . >> mike: you know, i've had more than my share of jobs in my lifetime. i work for nonprofit organizations, small busines
>> dan: you go right there behind cook. >> gary: mike reid, the one we were talking about when he won the pga championship. >> dan: first play-off hole is reid who birdied. and there is peter jacobson who runs this tournament. he is such a big part of bringing golf and all the enthusiasm to this tournament. so the fans waiting a little longer to see who's going to win this jeld-wen tradition. ando wle weave a moment, let le let's remind you what happened in the wolf of golf next week. we have the fedex cup. we'll be in liberty national in new jersey. and then the champion heads to the boeing classic. nationwide tour in northeast pennsylvania. and we will be at the u.s. amateur championships. >> gary: w certainly will. one of my favorite events to do. >> dan: bob murphy won it in 1865 edition right there at southern hills. of course, so much great history there. the u.s. open championship there staged in 2001. 4:00 eastern tie. we'll join you on nbc for that semifinal saturday. so if you continue to wait for cook and reid to arrive at the 18th. we'll show you the highlights from th
large," arthur's fingered, i. two men. >> announcer: ladies and gemming, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you. thank you very much. and welcome to the "huckabee" from the fox studios in new york city. now, i'm going to hold in my hand as louisville slugger. you all have seen these before and i will to you why i haven't in a little while. but do not factor this year ~ from his role on the sopranos. what you may not know is that he serves on the board of a major center, and he knows some things about the healthcare system that president obama might not. the government is putting an end to the catcher fokkers program on monday, the president said the program has worked. but the car dealers agree which mark we will ask a couple of them, they are in our studio today to make israel is holy ground for three major religions. but it's been a point of contention and conflict for thousands of years. i visited for the 11th time this past week and i will show you why israel's security is crucial to our own safety right here in america. >> christian contemporary stars point
pby kellen clemens had smith running deep. >> mike: you'll see the deep cross here. underneath route. saw the contact by rookie nakamura. >> ron: was in his face. made a terrific throw. smith's got to make that catch. >> mike: still first and ten for the jets. number 34. brent christopher. rookie outf missouri. to the 27. michele standing by with the ravens starting quarterback. >> michele: i think his name's joe flacco if i heard it correctly. joh harbaugh called you the real deal. what did u expect to seerom rex ryan's defense? >> you're going to see different things. i expected to see a lot of pressure. we needed to run our offense the way we know how to. and we kind of protected ours today. just go out there and play football and have fun. >> michele: did you get as much pressure as you expected? >> early in the game, it was kind of fun. i got hit a little bit. it was kind of fun to get back there, play somefootball. >> michele: you said you wanted to out and prove to this coaching staff th you could throw the ball more this season, that the ravens cld be a passing team. what do
institute --www.ncicap.org-- mike: "the o'reilly factor," is on. >> we want to make sure he is not welcome back. mike: the president is left with egg in his face. he was given a hero's welcome. we will have analysis of this outrageous situation. >> millions of people of faith are supporting health insurance reform. >> members of congress, will you? >mike: summer trying to sell obama care on a religious basis. >> there are people in life who i think our karma compromises. mike: dennis miller for some tough talk on nancy pelosi. >> we will start setting out people's first amendment rights. mike: caution, you are about to enter the "no spin zone." "the o'reilly factor," starts right now. hello, i'm mike huckabee reporting for bill o'reilly. the convicted terrorist is the subject of the "talking points memo." here are images of people cheering the return of a murderer. he killed people over lockerbie , scott lynde. the politicians an-- lockerbie, scotland. the politicians to believe that it is good to have a chat with these kind of people need to wake up, grow up and stand up. let's be clear,
i will see you back here tomorrow. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you. thank you very much and welcome. welcome to the "huckabee" from the fox studios in new york city. tonight, show i missed work was as close to the late pharaoh fossett as anyone and she will talk about how friendship and faith brought them even closer during her struggle with cancer connect to florida school officials might end up in jail for printing. i'm not kidding. dirty counsel member matt strayer will tell us why. >> he conquered the world at 17, zach sutherland, the youngest person to sail around the globe and with solo is here to tell us about his amazing journey through academic guitarist james burton jams with evil rockers this is on our show and you have a great time and thank you for joining us areas. [ applause ] >> last week president obama said i didn't have to worry about a government health care plan and private carriers out of business, and he said that fedex and ups, or private companies, are profitable, and the post office wasn't. now doesn't t
continue here from sun river in just a moment. >> dan: you go right there behind cook. >> gary: mike reid, the one we were talking about when he won the pga championship. >> dan: first play-off hole is reid who birdied. and there is peter jacobson who runs this tournament. he is such a big part of bringing golf and all the enthusiasm to this tournament. so the fans waiting a little longer to see who's going to win this jeld-wen tradition. and so while we have a moment, let le let's remind you what happened in the wolf of golf next week. we have the fedex cup. we'll be in liberty national in new jersey. and then the champion heads to the boeing classic. nationwide tour in northeast pennsylvania. and we will be at the u.s. amateur championships. >> gary: we certainly will. one of my favorite events to do. >> dan: bob murphy won it in 1865 edition right there at southern hills. of course, so much great history there. the u.s. open championship there staged in 2001. 4:00 eastern time. we'll join you on nbc for that semifinal saturday. so if you continue to wait for cook and reid to arrive at
with mike kent, her boyfriend who she would soon marry. now nearly a year aft she first left california she was unexpectedly back. but she had only one of dick's children with her, his son, rich jr. >> saw her, talked to her, where's michelle. she's with friends. i said, no, no, no. where is she at? i want to talk to her, see her. i want to know where she's at. that's none of your business. >> none of your business? >> that is what she said. >> donna allowed dick to take his young son for a ride. during this ride rich jr. said some alarming things, he, too, had no idea where his little sister was. hadn't seen her in months, since the day mike kent and donna packed them all up and left california and little michelle was not with them. >> he said when we left, michelle was not there. i said, what do you mean she wasn't there? he said when we packed up, i don't know where she was. she just wasn't with us. >> angry and frustrated dick confronted donna about michelle's whereabouts. >> i figures, you know what? this can happen to my son. i got him right now. i said i'm taking him. she said, no, y
. ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause]. >> mike: am i supposed to be out here right now? i'm not governor mike huckabee. i'm not george w. bush either. but i'd like to welcome you to-- what is that guy's name? huckabee. ladies and gentlemen, mike huckabee, the governor. break it out. [applaus [applause]. >> mike: hey, frank, how are you? >> how are you? >> i'm doing great. so we have you on the show today. >> yes, i will be here. >> mike: which means we have dozens of people on the show today. >> that's correct. >> mike: would you like a preview. >> how about some of this and what were you thinking? very odd, very weird and let's get going, i want to see jon voight. >> mike: frank cal yella will be on our show, look forward to seeing you in a few minutes. frank. thank you so much. and also tonight, he says president obama is trying to change america, but maybe not the change you bargained for. outspoken conservative actor jon voight will be here to tell us why he's become so involved and he'll give us his take on health care reform. and they're one of the t
goodnight. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you very much. thank you and welcome to this special edition of the "huckabee" from fox ds and york city. americans have a lot of questions about the health care reform package negotiated in washington. we will call me and curtly answer questions but having a lot of points of view and a very fair and balanced way. join our conversation tonight, california congresswoman greta sanchez, former health and human services secretary go with it. president obama's personal physician for over 20 years, dr. david shiner will be with us, and pennsylvania's governor ed rendell, and world-renowned dr. david of ships. on our program tonight. we will cover every bit of information we can cover tonight. we hope you'll stay tuned for this important hour. [ applause ] >> mike: last week we asked you to send us your e-mails with healthcare -- healthcare concerns we will read them tonight and we want you to send us your questions drop the show tonight. send them to hotmail at foxnews.com. we will get to t
captioning services, inc. >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you very much. thank you and welcome to this special edition of the "huckabee" from fox ds and york city. americans have a lot of questions about the health care reform package negotiated in washington. we will call me and curtly answer questions but having a lot of points of view and a very fair and balanced way. join our conversation tonight, california congresswoman greta sanchez, former health and human services secretary go with it. president obama's personal physician for over 20 years, dr. david shiner will be with us, and pennsylvania's governor ed rendell, and world-renowned dr. david of ships. on our program tonight. we will cover every bit of information we can cover tonight. we hope you'll stay tuned for this important hour. [ applause ] >> mike: last week we asked you to send us your e-mails with healthcare -- healthcare concerns we will read them tonight and we want you to send us your questions drop the show tonight. send them to hotmail at foxnews.com. we will g
, governor mike huckabee (applaus (applause). >> mike: thank you. thank you very much. and welcome to huckabee from the fox studios in new york city. how, i'm going to hold in my hand this louisville slugger bat. you've all seen them before and i'll tell you why i have it in a little while. but you know actor vince curatola for his role in the sopranos. what you may not know, he serves on the board of a major medical center and he knows some things about the health care system that president obama might not. the government is putting an end to the cash for clunkers program on monday and the president says the program has worked, but the car dealer agree? we are going to ask a couple of them here in our studio today. the holy ground for me major religions, a point of contention and conflict for years. i visited the 11th time this past week and why israel's security is crucial to our own safety right here in america. and christian contemporary stars point of grace will be here to perform a beautiful song about the relationships between fathers and daughters. well, you know, there hav
school week weekend. it's really old-school mike jerrick in the house. >> alysin: it's so good to see you. dave burgess on vacation and mike is making his official appearance. >> mike: i'm not on "fox & friends" greeted. >> clayton: it's elvis week in honor of you being here. >> alysin: that is our own house band. >> clayton: there hear for mike. >> mike: is not for me. it's because of this past weekend 1977 on august 16. the ever service today. >> clayton: how has this changed? i asked for you set. >> mike: we sat in chairs is not the dirty couch. i like this crescent formula you have shown how has julian changed since you last. >> mike: you're really kind of pasty lustered ten. i heard from j yesterday, j phillips or hosted the show j phillips at me from his written about are victims of the seller soon we will call him have it on. >> mike: he put me in it. i think i centerfold or something. i don't know exactly speed five -- >> clayton: bike jerk of the year today. the e-mail controversy the white house we sought major garrett given a heated back-and-forth with press secretary robert gi
or two. i hope it gets asked. big show coming up. >> mike's back, obviously, from an amazing weekend as well, a sad weekend. but i've got to say one of the more -- >> uplifting as well. >> -- uplifting funerals that i've ever observed. >> yeah, catholics know how to do it. >> you guys do. >> beautiful. >> we just say be dead and throw in the ground and that's it. >> throw a handful of dirt on the coffin, see you later, go to the car and leave. >> all right. >> we're going to talk about that after -- >> it's time for news. >> now, welcome back, mika. i'm so excited that i'm not going to interrupt your news.
, whispered to mike the emergency exit is that away. on the way up to the chapel in the elevator i realize i wasn't a war bride. i was a war on terror bride. i appreciated the image it suggested like i was a gore and blood drizzling matrimonial zombie freak. if it came down to b-movie catfight, war on terror bride versus bridezilla i would win. i wasn't laden down by 10 pounds of fluff and with uncle sugar breathing down my neck i was in a hurry. i was motivated. our only wedding attendants were eight men in orange prison jumpsuits led down the corridor with their ankles and wrists chained together. mike and i met in graveyard. here we were getting hitched in immediate proximity to prisoners in handcuffs. someone of the department of obvious symbolism was working over time on our behalf. we found the little chapel on the fourth floor. mike put his hand on the doorknob. are you ready? i held up our marriage license. ready. he opened the door and we looked around the vacant room. it was so, so, sorry. worse than anything you would see on a vegas bender. even the cheesiest elvis impersonator wo
. >> jon: i thought you were a guru of quarterbacks. >> mike: minute left. jets try to drive for a tying touchdown here. ainge had his pass knocked down. third and seven coming up. paul kruger again. >> ron: you play the ravens and they blitz, they know the quarterback is going to have to throw the ball quickly so they jump up and they bat as many balls down as any football team i've ever seen. full prsure. three step drop. they underand that's coming. they bat passes down. >>ike: second round pick kruger out of utah. is is play 15 on this drive. for the nephew of former basketball star danny ames. throws. incomplete. intended for marcus henry. oglesby was hanging on. ryan is such a go for it guy. i'm sure he'll go for two if the jets score a touchdown. >> referee: interference, defense, number 25. ball spotted on the 1 yard line. first and goal. >> jon: that was a slant and go. good call versus the blitz. >>ron: they did make a correct call. rex uld come out here with a win if they score and get two. >> mike: jets lost their first preseason opener to st. louis 23-20. ainge. rolling and
. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i can't get over that plane story. i'm mike galanos. this is "prime news." big news in the michael jackson death investigation. more than a dozen cops, including federal drug agents, executed a search warrant this morning at a pharmacy in las vegas. it's part of the follow-up of the searches of the clinic of dr. conrad murray. just yesterday we learned the toxicology report is complete. but the cause of death still top-secret. well, could this investigation be close to an end. could an arrest come sometime soon. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln's the number. joining us to talk about it, ted rowlands. jim moret, chief correspondent "inside edition." and also joining us, don clark, former fbi special agent in charge. ted, let's start with you. again, ted on this one since day one. what are they looking for at this pharmacy that's going to link back to dr. murray, ted? >> well, according to a source familiar with the investigation, this search was specific in that it was a follow-up on information that they were able to get out of murray's clinic an
. >> it's a kind of a magazine for television. >> cue opening, take one. >> reporter: this is how mike wallace remembers it. >> he was out of a job, he was on salary at cbs but he was out of a job and he had some nutty fogs about a magazine yet unnamed. >> reporter: don hewitt called it "60 minutes." and he hired people like mike wallace and morley safer. >> don hewitt really was the incentor of television news as we know it. >> reporter: he also had a bit of a temper. something he recognized in himself. >> but i've changed. i'm better now. >> reporter: maybe, but his battles with one legendary correspondent were loud and passionate. >> it's the story that i see every night in the news. >> i know that, don, but those are the facts. you've got to establish a context in which we are telling the rest of the story. >> mike, mike... >> why is schedule important? >> mike! mike! mike! >> reporter: don stepped down from "60 minutes" in 2004, but his impact lived on. >> he'll never leave. there's a little bit of him in every one of us and it affects every decision we make. >> reporter: don's en
by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> welcome.p this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. first, breaking news in michael jackson's death investigation. what we've been waiting for. the los angeles county coroner just ruled the manner of death, homicide. the cause of death, acute propofol intoxication. and what doctors call the benzodiazepine effect. a deadly combo. the key word being propofol. the pot ent drug used in hospitals to put people under before surgery, should only be used in hospitals. let's make this clear now. the coroner just released the findings of a detailed report. the report itself has yet to be released. this is huge. homicide, drug overdose, propofol. what does that mean for jackson's personal doctor, dr. conrad murray, the one accused of giving michael jackson propofol just hours before his death. much more on that coming up in just a little bit. >>> but first, new shocking allegations just in on that monster accused of kidnapping jaycee dugard, holding her captive for 18 years. we're just finding out as we are about to look at some live pictures, this is pittsburgh, cal
's your chance to be heard. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. kidnapped 18 years ago, an 11-year-old girl, she's now 29. jaycee dugard found alive. walked into a police station yesterday. two people in custody. back in 1991, she was grabbed walking to her school bus stop. just 150 yards from her home. her dad was inside the house, actually saw the car pull up and take her. terrifying to think of that. now nearly two decades later, her family's in complete shock. listen to the emotion. here's jaycee's stepfather. >> my wife called me in, she said, are you sitting down? i said yes. she said, they found jaycee. she paused for a few seconds and said she's alive. we both cried for about ten minutes. as a matter of fact, my voice hasn't come back yet. and we just talked. she had told me she had actually talked to jaycee on the telephone. >> i can't imagine all the emotions they're going through. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining us to talk about it, karen stark, clinical psychologist. also with with us, welcome back, mike brooks.
the guy dance in the batter's box. you can't let him stand there comfortable. mike piazza was the perfect example, like he was asleep in the water's box. nobody tried to make him uncomfortable. every now and he was drill but out of respect because they get him out. they hit him. i'm talking about make the guy off balance, rock them back, get them on his heels and get the good stuff. >> bob: 1-1 to dunn. >> rob: you saw adam not have nog#úthe i cause the private pitch was up and in.& and dunn offers no swing. 2-2. florida has the 5-4 lead against atlanta. >> r the plate is somewhere in here.  iteforce fil.lan- let the nibbling begin. >> bob [ laughing ] yeah. sometimes watching adam dunn and the pitchers who pitch to him, it's like watching a guy fish on a sunday afternoon. and there goes another line drive, this one will stay in ballpark and it's going to be a single. a 340-foot single by adam dunn. any elevation at all, that baby is gone and the nats continue to hit the ball beautifully. nine hits now. >> rob: well, he is just off balance enough to where this bal
and probation officers? >> fran, you bring up two great points. we have just the experts to talk about it. mike brooks, wendy murphy. mike, i'll start with you and then let's get to wendy. tell us about this compound, this backyard compound and how a parole officer could have missed it. how they just didn't check like they should have. >> no. when they showed up with the 11-year-old and 15-year-old and with jaycee, this is the first time the parole officer had ever seen them. he had been out to that house apparently a number of times, mike. and he never went out to the backyard. if you look at the backyard, there was a fence apparently right here. this is the regular backyard. there's a fence right here. and this is -- i'm thinking that this shed right here might have been the shed that was the soundproof shed. and you had other tents. you know, out here in this compound. but apparently he never went past the house. i guarantee you something right now, mike. every time someone -- a parole officer goes out to make their visits to a sexual predator, i'll bet you they're going to say, hey, can i t
to be able to walk away from. what you do is work with that. >> on the other side, mike, what they're going to try to do is establish what he's going to be offering the defense team and kind of narrow him down. and what he offers is the claim that zanny was discussed in the household, that there really was a zanny the nanny, contrary to what law enforcement said. he's going to go through and say this is how my daughter described her to be, 125 to 135 pounds, 5'7". beautiful, 1 to 10 she was a 10. that's what he'll bring to the table. they'll want to nail him down on that. >> we know with cindy, it was 13 hours of questioning, lee 9. we'll see how long george anthony's in the hot seat, we'll continue to follow it. mark, midwin, we appreciate it. thanks, guys. >>> coming up, this story. we want you to dive in on it. we're talking about feet. baby feet. a fast-food manager kicked out a mom and a cute little baby because baby didn't have shoes on? 6-month-old doesn't even walk yet. there's no funk yet. everybody loves baby feet. what's going on here? call in. the number 1-877-tell-hln. >>> two
memory loss. new research shows that mike wi mice with alzheimer's did better after having caffeinated water. the next step is to see how caffeine affects humans. researchers warn against too much coffee because kit raise blood pressure. >>> the only fda approved trtment for years was botox. the agency approved a new product that is promising similar and possibly better results. and some are saying it could mean the end of the run for botox. >> i got tired of looking like i was old and tired and grumpy all the time. i always looked mad. >> reporter: shelly craft said the age lines on her face were starting to affect her self-esteem. >> you look tired, you feel tired. you know, it brings you down a little bit. you know, you don't feel like smiling. >> reporter: craft decided to take action. she didn't want to use botox. she decided to try something new. >> this part is a toxin type a, the same as botox n terms of comparison, they have very, very similar type of effects. >> reporter: some say that it can have benefits that botox tn' hat. doctors in europe have been using the wrinkle smoo
news," i'm mike galanos. >>> this hour, a live-in boyfriend and a mother sit behind bars, charged with first degree murder in the heinous killing of her own little boy. robert manuel's body was found floating in a canal near boise, idaho, on august 3rd. here are the suspects, melissa jenkins, she is 30, mother of two other kids, and her live-in boyfriend, daniel ehrlich jr., he is 36. criminal record goes back to junior high. now, they were arrested yesterday and the grand jury indictment was just unsealed today. details, horrific. police say little robert scuffered ongoing emotional abuse, physical abuse, so brutal, it ended up killing him. ehrlich jr., accused of torturing robert, beating him with his hands, feet, mom even helped, didn't help her son, so no one would find out or get him help. she did nothing. let's take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining us to talk about it don clarking, former fbi special agent in charge and with us, mark iglarst, a former prosecutor and with us, greg han, local editor for the "iowa statesman." greg, what happened to the little guy on the day
anybody else. we have mike barnicle up in hyannis port and pat in washington. mike, set the scene up there. when did you get there? who have you talked to? what's going on? >> i got here from new york, joe, yesterday, late morning. it's obviously, you know, the media clutter is pretty thick. behind me, down this road is the compound. i did have the opportunity late yesterday afternoon to go to the home. i saw mrs. kennedy, vicki kennedy, kara kennedy, senator kennedy's daughter. senator kerry was there. his personal physician, dr. larlai larry ronan was there. the flag draped sun room was there. if you're paying your respects to the senator, you can see off to your right, the windows, his sailboat in theharbor. there are three pictures, one of the senator kennedy and his brothers and extended family. another you just alluded to, a picture taken this past april of opening day at fenway park of senator kennedy being walked to the mound for the red sox first pitch and the red sox manager terry francona. the tradition are thick and deep here in hyannis port. >> pat buchanan, in washington d.c.
date part of history. i'm rick folbaum. about huckabee. >> mike: and the folks in our studio audience get your people like frank endo. frank, you're going to do a gig in vegas and. >> i just signed a deal to be at the monte carlo of becoming for the next ten years and i thought i should start reading the contract. speak and you have your own television show. but on fox sports. he still -- >> the pregame show at kerry bradshaw every week it's like being on "american idol" and simon kahl will be like dr. phil saying stop being so stupid. what is your problem. and then kerry is like after the scabies is not funny frank not funny. after the show is like very funny frank earred and i say why can't you say that on tv and says what howard has explain the joke to me at that point. i wish there were a joke because that's an actual conversation with him again one person you're famous or happens to be involved in sports in this john madden. >> and you think of all the things you do in life and other things you'd don't do and you put those together and that's pretty much everything, you know i me
out. that a way to hulls, mike morse. and 6 in a row for stammen to start the game. @@pp÷÷  >> bob:  the nats lead 3-0. tomorrow is dollar kids day. you can purchase up to four tickets for kids ages 2-12 for a dollar each with the purchase of one full-price adult ticket in any seating area except the president's club, diamond club and the grandstand. offer good at the box office tomorrow only. the kids must be with you at the time of purchase. cannot be combined with any other offer so bring the kids on down. ages 2-12 get in for $1 on dollar kids day tomorrow. >> rob: it want to touch upon the athletics pitchers. they're ninth in the league in pitching, ahead of good teams like the angels, minnesota twins, and kansas city royals. >> bob: wow. so they're finding out who the building blocks are for the future. >> rob: absolutely. >> bob: the nationals are pretty early in that process. here's mike morse, 0 for 2 as a nat. he lined out hard to prince fielder, pinch hitting on friday night. and last night, he struck out swinging. we're look forward to se
television hill, i'm pat warren. >>> mike hellgren continues our complete coverage now, live from the preston street state office building, where workers spoke out against the cuts just hours ago. mike? >> sally, it's been a rough day here, a lot of emotion. many state workers are angered by these cuts. every state worker is affected. and they believe they have already sacrificed enough. >> they're not nibbling at us anymore. you know, this governor is taking bites. >> reporter: only wjz was outside the state office building on preston street, where outraged workers held an impromptu protest over layoffs and furloughs. >> i've been with the state going on 30-something years or more. but i have never seen it as bad as it is now. >> reporter: not only are they upset at being forced to take days off without pay -- >> thank god i don't have a house note. thank god for that. what if i did? i'd be in a lot of trouble. just like a lot of other state employees. >> reporter: but also, many are scared they could lose everything. >> what are we going to do? lose our home? and sooner or later, we'll be h
crash leaves several people injured. sky chopper 13 is over the scene. captain mike perry with details. mike? [no audio ] >> we're having trouble with our audio, as you can see a very bad accident. we'll bring you captain mike as soon as we can. >>> in just hours a prayer vigil will be held near pittsburgh for the victims of a health club rampage there. while the greerve grieving process starts, new details about the gunman are emerging. >> the gunman left behind video that showed how desperate he was to attract women. the 48-year-old shooter who opened fire on a health club killing three women and wounding nine others was a loner. >> to be able to emotionally connect with people. >> reporter: he talked about relationships with women 10 to 20 years younger. in a second undated video, he shows off his book about dating young women. >> come over here. there's reading material we're all familiar with. >> reporter: a makeshift memorial is growing where sodini went on his rampage. many are stopping by to leave condolences including two women in the room when the shots were fired. >> he was
will protect 17 on his right side? who will it be, the 400-plus pounder and top, pick in mike williams, or jeremy bridges? more on the opinion. >> i think it is tough -- you know we have depth from guys that have started in the league before, and this is probably the best depth that we have had since i've been here. >> i am getting better, day by day, working on techniques, stay low, work on things i need to work on. but so far it is going good. >> reporter: and beginning the season as the man who starts every offensive play with a snap, the man directly to his right, thomas, will guard that spot for the 7th straight year. and the new left guard is an old left guard. derek dockery returns after spending time elsewhere the past two seasons. >> really a good group, from tackle to tackle, and backups. we have guys that can really compete and that is what it is about. >> reporter: and the reason for the offensive line question, depth, they hope to have that in spades this season. >> and this whole line can be as good as they want to be seriously. we have the talent and the experience. you
of mike cameron. zimmerman is coming around 3rd. he will score easily. now the ball is lost under the wall. cameron puts it up. if i was belliard i would keep running. he should be running. the ump pyre does not have to call that a frowned rule double. he should be in the dug out now having touched home plate. he should not be waiting for the umpire to signal this a ground rule double. i mean mike cameron could have picked it out therefore. the umpire did it. that could have been an inside the park homer. that is absurd. >> bob: the out fielders have been given too much leeway. >> rob: if this is wrigley and we're with the ivy and you lose it i have seen them go in and never come out. that's one thing. that's getting0 on your knees and pinging it up and throwing it in. >> bob: there is nothing that says it supposed to roll back to you. >> it is smoked by belliard. it gets over the head of mike cameron and wedged under the pads out the there. >> bob: that can be picked up right there. as soon as he loses sight of it; we'll take that. >> bob: and that's dukes. that of course that play sends
friends, mike barnicle, had this to subway the senator earlier this week. and i love this. i want to read it. he carried his cross through all of the decades. carried it with honor and nobility. he heard every slur, each slander. lost only his quest for the oval office and emerged from defeat with a deeper knowledge of who he was and what he was meant to be. a life lived in the united states senate and negotiate, deal, and fight for laws that simply changed how we live. now the house fight is seen a place once filled with high hopes. and even higher ambitions is quiet. last night's dusk arrived with a brutally truth. this man who came through the fire of life, scarred but hole, is silent forever. while the fog of memory, seven decades deep, becomes legend on the summer limb. let's go to our lady of perpetual help basilica the man that wrote those beautiful words, mike barnicle is with us. next to him, a man not so eloquent, a man incapable of stringing together a couple of words, i speak, of course, of my dear friend from the judiciary committee, democratic representative from massachuset
. mike hellgren joins us outside circuit court where a hearing has just ended. good afternoon, mike. >> reporter: good afternoon, don, mary. this is the first time we had on-camera interviews with the mayor's attorneys and state prosecutors since the new indictments were handed down. the judge threw out the old flawed case against mayor something the prosecutor wanted. and the new case begins. he set that trial date for november unless it gets out with new motions to dismiss which are expected before then. the mayor's attorney promise a vigorous fight when she heads to trial on november 9, the date set in court this morning. >> we will be able to be within the schedule that has been served. >> reporter: if they don't get the case thrown out before hand. among the new motions they plan to file that the state prosecutor abused the grand jury system by bringing back charges the judge dismissed as flaws but rewriting them so they would have a better chance of making them through. >> we will get a little more discovery under the new charges, and once we go through that, we expect we will
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